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For as much as cybersecurity professionals talk about insider threats, you still never expect it to actually impact to your organization. Earlier today, The New York Post announced it had been hacked by an employee who posted incredibly offensive headlines to its website and Twitter page. The Post immediately removed everything that was online, fired […]

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Microsoft Office 365 is popular — very popular. In 2016, Gartner reported that 78 percent of enterprises surveyed used or planned to use Office 365. With access to a range of user activity events from a variety of sources, including Exchange Online, SharePoint Online and Azure Directory, how can Office 365 administrators correlate all this valuable data with other security events across their enterprises?

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In smaller organizations—maybe less than 100 people or so—it’s quite common to hear “we know our people, we can trust them.” I like to ask the folks who are invested in trust as a security strategy a question:  “Are all of your personnel files stored in a cardboard box in an unlocked room with a […]

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